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Because evidence and research based debate skills among youth are very important in enriching pluralistic and democratic dialogue among youth, the Young Arab Voices programme (YAV) in Lebanon...
Cairo 15 April 2016 – For the first time since the launch of the Young Arab Voices programme (YAV) in Egypt in 2011, and after a series of successful local debate tournaments, Cairo hosts the 1st...
Transferable skills such as debating, critical thinking and creative enterprise are central to strengthening resilience in the face of radicalisation and extremist narratives, according to a new...
New research has revealed how the lack of representation in print and broadcast media is exacerbating youth exclusion from national discourse and debate. The research study was presented on the...
“Young Arab Voices” programme ambassadors from Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia had the opportunity to meet with the Tunisian Minister of Education to exchange ideas on proposals to embed debate in the...

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Lebanese Boxing Days Championship 2016 Launched in Beirut

The Young Arab Voices programme (YAV) in Lebanon organises for the first time the #YAVinLebanon Boxing Days (National Youth Debate Competition) on the 21st and 22nd of May 2016.

Cairo hosts 145 participants to compete in the National Debate Championship – Egypt Boxing Days 2016

For the first time since the launch of the Young Arab Voices programme (YAV) in Egypt in 2011, and after a series of successful local debate tournaments, Cairo hosts the 1st National Debate Championship “Egypt Boxing Days 2016” from the 17th to the 19th of April 2016.

New research highlights the role of youth debate and creative enterprise in countering extremism

Transferable skills such as debating, critical thinking and creative enterprise are central to strengthening resilience in the face of radicalisation and extremist narratives, according to a new study.

Youth detachment from traditional media outlets must be addressed, according to new study

New research has revealed how the lack of representation in print and broadcast media is exacerbating youth exclusion from national discourse and debate.

Tunisian Education Ministry enters new partnership to embed debate in the curriculum

“Young Arab Voices” programme ambassadors from Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia had the opportunity to meet with the Tunisian Minister of Education to exchange ideas on proposals to embed debate in the national curricula.

Statement at the close of the Young Arab Voices "Debate to Action" Regional Forum in Tunisia

The following statement was delivered today by alumni of the Young Arab Voices debate programme at the close of a landmark regional forum taking place in Tunis, Tunisia:

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